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  1. Paying a QB $30 Million Is No Longer a Risky Bet—It’s a Bargain Matt Ryan’s contract extension last year set a new milestone for QB salaries. The Falcons were delighted with the deal at the time. They’re even happier after seeing that threshold surpassed so many times since. Is the NFL in a QB salary bubble? As the most important position in sports becomes more expensive, teams have to decide when it makes sense to pay their quarterback big money, and when it’s time to move on. On Wednesday, The Ringer examines the decisions a team faces as its rookie quarterback approaches free agen
  2. https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2018/7/3/17529820/superstar-pass-rushers-danielle-hunter-joey-bosa-jadeveon-clowney Meet the NFL’s New Generation of Superstar Pass Rushers
  3. In Atlanta’s backfield there are no labels. Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman can both do whatever their offensive coordinator wants. 15 hrs ago Soon-to-be-MVP Matt Ryan and first-team All-Pro Julio Jones are the two superstar faces of the Atlanta offense’s incredible season, but the team’s two tailbacks are among the league’s best supporting actors. With Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman, Atlanta’s running backs room boasts two of the most electric rushers and pass catchers in the NFL. During the regular season, they combined for 2,482 yards and 24 touchdowns on land and thr
  4. This is a double post of two excellent articles that kind of go hand-in-hand talking about both sides of the same coin regading how defenses have changed at a lightning fast pace over just the last few years. As always, if you like the articles then please do give their websites a click and help out the people that provide good content like this. First, let's start with this very very good ESPN interview with Matt Ryan where he gives more than the typical stock answers he's known for. And it's also a fascinating subject matter -- how defenses have evolved, even in the last 5 years, to th
  5. Robert Mays (formerly of Grantland) penned this feature about Julio Jones for new website The Ringer. Click this link (because Mays is cool and deserves your clicks): https://theringer.com/julio-jones-atlanta-falcons-3fa47fb03461#.iolreef9r and read the article.
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